Reply To: Sound Test Hohner Professional 36 & Wooden Yamaha P-37D

Alan Brinton

Well, the stock P-37D is, to my ear, noticeably sweet and smooth. So I look forward to a sound comparison by Bruno. Also, though, I’m curious as to the extent to which his case is wooden. I can’t tell whether the bottom is the original or made of wood. A wood top and end pieces seem less likely to change the sound, but can greatly enhance the look and feel of the instrument.

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